Man, 45, charged for raping 3 underage girls 

On Aug. 19, Brian Jack, a 45-year-old fisherman of Campden Park was arrested and charged on nine counts of indecent assault on two girls under the age of 15, at Campden Park between April 22, 2010 and July 1, 2011. Jack was also charged with four counts of rape of a girl under the age of 13 at Campden Park between Dec. 31, 2007 and April 22, 2011. Jack appeared at the Kingstown Magistrate Court on Aug. 19 and pleaded not guilty to all charges. He was remanded in custody. The matter was transferred to the Family Court for hearing on Sept. 29.

Woman, 23, charged with 49 counts of theft

Shanique Hooper, a 23-year-old domestic of, Troumaca was on Aug.19 arrested and charged on 49 counts of theft of monies totalling EC$17,393, the property of Jennifer Williams, 53y, a businesswoman of Villa. The monies were allegedly stolen at Kingstown between March 01 and April 30. Hooper appeared at the Kingstown Magistrate Court on Aug. 19. She pleaded not guilty to all charges. The matters were adjourned to the Nov. 21.

Calder man, 45, charged for raping girl, 14

Alderman Henry, 45, a labourer of Calder was on Aug. 19 arrested and charged on eight counts of rape, of a 14-year-old girl, at Calder between March 3, 2008 and July 13, 2011. Henry appeared at the Kingstown Magistrate Court on Aug. 19.08. He pleaded not guilty to all charges. He was granted EC$10,000 bail with one surety, ordered to surrender all travel documents and report to the Stubbs Police Station on Mondays and Fridays between 6a.m. and 6 p.m. The matters were transferred to the Family Court for hearing on Sept. 15.

Chateubelair farmer charged for drugs

Chateubelair farmer Rellie Jones, 30, was on Aug. 19 arrested and charged for having in his possession a controlled drug — 300 grams of cannabis — with intent to supply it to another at Mount Wynne, on Aug19. Jones appeared at the Kingstown Magistrate Court on Aug. 19. He pleaded not guilty and was granted EC$5,000 bail with one surety. He was also ordered to report to the Central or the Chateaubelair Police Stations on Mondays and Fridays between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. The matter was transfer to the Serious Offences Court   for hearing on Dec. 15.

Petit Bordel man fined $1500 for marijuana

On Aug. 19, Devon Samuel, 28, a farmer of Petit Bordel, was arrested and charged for having in his possession a controlled drug — “590 grams of cannabis” — with intent to supply it to another at Belle Isle, on Aug.19. Samuel appeared at the Kingstown Magistrate Court on Aug.19. He pleaded guilty and was fined EC$1,500 — $500 to be paid in seven days and the remainder in two months or 18 months imprisonment.

Man jailed for ’13 rocks of cocaine’

Calvert Farrell, 39, a painter of Cemetery Hill was on Aug 21 was arrested and charged for having in his possession a controlled drug — “13 rocks of cocaine” — with intent to supply it to another at Port Elizabeth, on Aug.19. Farrell appeared at the Kingstown Magistrate Court on Aug. 22. He pleaded guilty and was sentence to six months imprisonment.

Police investigate accident at Prospect

The police are investigating the circumstances surrounding an vehicle accident involving motor vehicle R-8126, a jeep, owned by Ricky Brackin of Redemption Sharpes, and driven by Alex Nash of Redemption Sharpes, and pedestrian Simeon Payne of Gomea,, which occurred along the Prospect public road about 10:45 p.m. on Aug. 21. Payne reportedly sustained serious internal injuries, including punctured lungs and bruises about his body. He was up to Wednesday a patient at the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital.

[Information submitted to I Witness-News by the Police Public Relations Office, Kingstown]